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Please God, Let There Be Another Boom

Faith and Hope at Work in Lean Times and Good Times

by Grant McDowell


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/23/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781449724733
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781449738716

About the Book

Do you feel that taking your faith to work is as welcome as driving a truck through a living room? Please God, Let There Be Another Boom is a reasonable and helpful guide, showing foundations for integrating faith with work, and exploring the practical impact of faith at work. In an era where workers change jobs or move from city to city in order to sustain themselves and their families, hope to continue will be found in these chapters. After pouring solid footings for faith at work, the author presents ten important areas where workers balance belief with business. These areas include: …
• authority
• relationships at work
• verbal witness
• pay and its problems
• rest
• meaning at work
• prayer at work
• and more!
For over thirty years, author Grant McDowell has shepherded people who live with the impossibilities and rewards of the workplace, and he has engaged in their world via his blue-collar background, his involvement in the local business community, and by seeking ways to encourage those who refuse to pretend spirituality is reserved for wooden benches in quiet sanctuaries.


About the Author

Grant McDowell has a deep appreciation for the business community and is a past president of the local Regional Chamber of Commerce. He has been a pastor for over thirty years, and believes one does not have to park faith outside the workplace. His doctoral work at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary was in the area of Christianity in the workplace. He and his wife, Donna, live in Alberta where they love spending time with their adult children, and visiting the mountains when they have opportunities to do so.